This drainage project will offer a solution to alleviate frequent flooding that causes property damage and heavy traffic along this critical corridor. It will improve drainage in an area that covers approximately 20% of the City of Charleston.
In previous phases of the project, new stormwater pipe was installed and new tunnels were installed beneath the US 17 / Crosstown corridor.
Conti is working on Phase 4 of this project, which consists of the construction of a pump station / wet well structure and a cast-in-place triple box culvert outfall structure into the Ashley River.
Once all phases are complete, the new pump station between the Ashley River Bridges will be equipped with three pumps each capable of pumping 120,000 gallons per minute, three 850 horsepower diesel engines to power the pumps (thereby eliminating the need for electricity to run the pumps), and one back-up diesel generator to run the electrical and control systems in the event of a power failure.
Once the project is complete and the pump station is online, the Crosstown and surrounding areas should remain passable in all but the very worst storm events.
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SCDOT needed a new interchange along I-26 to provide direct access to the newly-built Volvo Manufacturing Facility providing 2,000 jobs to local workers.
One of the busiest and most congested interchanges in New Jersey, the intersection of I-295, I-76 and Route 42 in Camden County handles daily traffic volumes of over 250,000 vehicles and has one of the highest accident rates in the state.